Our Intercollegiate Clay Target squad of Ollie Nicholson, Isaac Ottrey, George Scurr, Will Scurr, Henry Sim, Nic Sim, Jack Small and Shamus Young competed in the Southland Intercollegiate competition ...
After a year of lockdown and cancelled events. It was a real privilege to take 13 Diving Õtākou divers away to attend the North Island Championships held in Hamilton from the 9th April to the 12th Apr...
This year’s event was run in perfect conditions around the school track.
The Year 12 Geography class were lucky enough to spend 3 days exploring Mount Cook/Aoraki this week.
Welcome back to everyone. It has been a pleasure to have the school back and operating at full capacity this week.
Nicholas has a genuine passion and interest towards pursuing a career in the electrical industry.
Having done a lot of the preparatory work prior to the holidays it was a matter of quickly getting up to speed again, with what was planned.
We would like to acknowledge the recent passing of the following Old Boys' of the school. We will remember them.
It was on the 15th of April when the school Duke of Edinburgh group gathered once more for what promised to be another intrepid adventure.
Non acceptance of cheques for payments from 30 April 2021.
On Wednesday, 12 May the school will close for tuition at an earlier time to allow for parent/teacher interviews.
Below is a list of internal assessments that are due to be submitted next week.
The Parents Association have updated their terms and conditions for the second hand uniform shop.
Thank you to everyone who has supported the PTA Cheese Roll fundraiser.
On the last Friday of Term 1, the OBHS B Water Polo team played in the final of the Dunedin Schools' Tournament at Moana Pool.
At the completion of the Maadi Cup in March, 3 rowers from Otago Boys' High School gained trails for representative teams.
During the recent school holidays a group of eleven students and two staff members went away on a short golf trip.
It’s not often that someone like myself gets the chance to stand up in front of all you lads and give a speech about anything, so I intend to make the most of it.
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